Why Hines Ward Is a Hall of Famer over Moss and Owens

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Why Hines Ward Is a Hall of Famer over Moss and Owens
Hines and Farrior Celebrating Super Bowl XLIII Win

When history views the best Wide Receivers of the 2000s, three of the names that come to mind first will include Randy Moss, Terrell Owens and Hines Ward.

Talent wise, Randy Moss and Terrell Owens were definitely far more individually talented than Ward.  When it comes down to the time for the Hall of Fame voting process, there will be a lot of people out there that will say that Moss and Owens are slam dunks as they truly scared defensive coordinators, and Ward did not.

So in the minds of many, both Moss and Owens qualify as Hall of Famers but Ward is more belonging in the Hall of Very Good.  Personally, I consider that a load of bunk.  The mythical “Hall of Very Good” is a mythical place and euphemism for fans that are simply ignorant of how good certain players were—especially in this day and age of media overhyping highlights and undervaluing fundamentals.

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